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    (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] this book was an easy near five stars for meit opens with a funeral scene in rural germany three men and a woman attend the burial of a woman; a childhood friend there is an awkward conversation sprinkled with re

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    free read Hemmersmoor (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] read & download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ú Stefan Kiesbye Dark disturbing creepy fabulous The entire cast of characters are all seriously eually flawed And I think the ending is open to interpretation by every reader which adds another cool element to this book Enjoy

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    Stefan Kiesbye Ú 9 summary (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] The tiny village of Hemmersmoor is full of secrets and as the children grow up and tell their stories these secrets are revealed peeled away li

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    (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] Creepy and unsettling Your House Is On Fire Your Children All Gone is about a village of the damned the mouth to Hell located in what was West Germany after World War 2 Hemmersmoor is the town and its young people are as depraved a

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    (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE YOUR CHILDREN ALL GONE is probably not a book for everyone but I found it to be fascinating While this book has elements of horror it's rooted in the evil we perpetuate against each other A central theme here is the cruelty and indifference practiced by children family members and neighbors All of this occurr

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    free read Hemmersmoor Stefan Kiesbye Ú 9 summary read & download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ú Stefan Kiesbye Even though this takes place in Germany I'm sticking it my 'true grit' aka fucked up white trash shelf I guess America doesn't have a monopoly on twisted Appalachia type folks although there is an element of old world charm here that is generally missing from my dentally impaired and radially excelled countrymen and women The book opens in the modern day A guy returns to his hometown after years away to find it being ov

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    read & download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ú Stefan Kiesbye (EPUB) [Hemmersmoor] I was drawn to this book by its title you can't deny it's catchy and the creepy cover The book is creepy indeed a collection of stories narrated by different characters who live in a small German village and are both victims and perpetrators of acts of violence I can't say I enjoyed this book; I mean some stories were entertaining but the overall feeling I had reading it was pointless violence and lack of realism You know the kind of situa

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read & download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ú Stefan Kiesbye

Hemmersmoor

review Hemmersmoor ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub En Atmosphäre aus Aberglauben Inzest und Brutalität Tiefschwarz und erschreckend direkt schildert Stefan Kiesbye das Leben dieser jungen Menschen und des Dorfes Dabei macht er uns vertraut mit den Abgründen die hinter jedem Fenster und am Ende jedes Feldweges lauern könn. Even though this takes place in Germany I m sticking it my true grit aka fucked up white trash shelf I guess America doesn t have a monopoly on twisted Appalachia type folks although there is an element of old world charm here that is generally missing from my dentally impaired and radially excelled countrymen and women The book opens in the modern day A guy returns to his hometown after years away to find it being overrun by yuppie types but with some of his old friends still making up part of the local color A girl he knew growing up has died and he and three of his friends are the only people who go to her funeral The funeral ends like any good funeral should with one of the mourners lifting up her dress showing everyone she isn t wearing any knickers and pissing on the grave There is then a minor physical altercation You d almost think this was taking place in Ireland instead of Germany with these kinds of goings ons The book then jumps back forty years or so to give a series of chapters that each tell a different story about the town and children growing up there The chapters are told from the point of view of the different kids who would be taking part in this funeral either as the mourners or as the stiff After the first couple of chapters you start to catch on to the idea that none of these stories are going to end well Not that the kids are going to come to a bad end necessarily but that something fucked up is going to happen to someone in each of the chapters The book straddles the line of being super natural but you never really know and I think you get the feeling that there is nothing super natural going on except that some backward ignorant types take some refuge in believing in ghosts and curses and things like that instead of facing up to the fact that the whole town is a bunch of borderline psychopaths Just look at the matter of fact way that the Thanksgiving contest is told in one of the first chapters and the almost flippant way it s mentioned in some later stories The book is blurbed with nods to Shirley Jackson which is a code word for The Lottery which is really the only Shirley Jackson story that anyone ever means when they say Shirley Jackson and Stephen King s Children of the Corn The first allusion has some validity The second is nonsense but it goes well with the creepy kid on the cover of the book These aren t stories of weird kids holding a town captive with the terroristic antics of scary pre pubescents it s a story of a fucked up town just told from the perspective of a group of kids If you had to relate this novel to a Stephen King work The Body would probably be a better one but without any of the heart felt nostalgia or maybe that is just in the movie I ve only read the story once but seen the movie many times so my memory isn t necessarily good here Grumbling about the blurbs though is just about the only thing I can complain about for this book For a two hundred page book there is a high density of fucked up things going on but it never felt like I was being hit over the head with shocking scenes over and over again but now that I m thinking of all the things that this book had in it I m fairly amazed it was all able to fit into a satisfying short novel Good stuff

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review Hemmersmoor ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Was wenn die Vergangenheit nicht vergehen will und die Toten keine Ruhe finden »Hemmersmoor« ist ein Schauerroman über vier junge Freunde deren unschuldige Spielereien in die dunkelsten Winkel der menschlichen Seele führenEin kleines Dorf im norddeutschen Teufelsmoor Jah. Dark disturbing creepy fabulous The entire cast of characters are all seriously eually flawed And I think the ending is open to interpretation by every reader which adds another cool element to this book Enjoy

read & download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ú Stefan Kiesbye

review Hemmersmoor ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Re nach dem Krieg Eine Kneipe wo die Alten von Wiedergängern und Irrlichtern reden Ein Gutshaus dessen Besitzer die Menschen im Dorf verachten und manipulieren Eine alte Fabrik nach der niemand zu fragen wagt Hier wachsen Christian und seine Freunde auf in einer verwunschen. YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE YOUR CHILDREN ALL GONE is probably not a book for everyone but I found it to be fascinating While this book has elements of horror it s rooted in the evil we perpetuate against each other A central theme here is the cruelty and indifference practiced by children family members and neighbors All of this occurring in the oddly isolated German village of Hemmersmooor a place where atrocities and secrets go hand in hand The real monsters of the town are the people but I also love how Kiesbye sprinkles in his wonderful magic with rumors of witches and ghosts appearing from time to time in various locations in and around the village Another intriguing aspect of this novel is the sort of matter of fact narrative of murders and deaths which feels very European in the telling YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE YOUR CHILDREN ALL GONE reads like a Grimm s fairy tale brimming with some uncensored madness In August I read a book called The Bone Mother which really was very similar to this book in regard to the European stylings of story telling myth horror and history At any rate I greatly enjoyed this offering from Stefan Kiesbye

  • Hardcover
  • 208
  • Hemmersmoor
  • Stefan Kiesbye
  • German
  • 15 March 2020
  • 9783608502084